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B Movies get the A Treatment

posted by Nell Minow

Franklin Indiana will be hosting the Second Annual B Movie Celebration September 26th thru 28th, 2008. The Celebration will feature screenings of over 50 classic B movies, 20 educational seminars and the world’s largest beach party, featuring the music of The Moon-Rays.
7th voyage of sinbad.jpgThe Celebration will feature screenings of over 50 classic B movies, many in glorious 35mm, and curated by B Movie Legend Jim Wynorski. The films include:
SHOGUN ASSASSIN
FORBIDDEN WORLD
DEATH RACE 2000
HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD
THIS ISLAND EARTH
TARANTULA
CARNIVAL OF SOULS
NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD
NIGHT OF THE COMET
BEYOND THE VALLEY OF THE DOLLS
THE GIANT BEHEMOTH
QUEEN OF OUTER SPACE
WORLD WITHOUT END
RUSS MEYER’S UP
FROM HELL IT CAME
ATTACK OF THE CRAB MONSTERS
NOT OF THIS EARTH(the black and white original)
THE BEAST FROM 20,000 FATHOMS
THE 7TH VOYAGE OF SINBAD


EARTH VS. THE FLYING SAUCERS
WITHOUT WARNING
SCREWBALLS
GALAXY OF TERROR
HOUSE
THE CRAWLING EYE
ATTACK OF THE 50FOOT WOMAN
PSYCHO
JOURNEY TO THE SEVENTH PLANET
INVISIBLE INVADERS
ATTACK OF THE GIANT LEECHES
TERMINAL ISLAND
NIGHTHAWKS
MYSTERIOUS ISLAND(61)
ONE MILLION B.C.
INVADERS FROM MARS(53)
TO TRAP A SPY
HOLD THAT GHOST
ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET FRANKENSTEIN
TWINS OF EVIL
THE VAMPIRE LOVERS
LUST FOR A VAMPIRE
THE TIME MACHINE
WAR OF THE WORLDS
Guests include Lifetime Acquirement Award recipient Stuart Gordon, a cult director of “Re-Animator” and “Dagon” and Tom Savini, Jim Wynorski, Conrad Brooks from “Plan Nine From Outer Space,” Tom Holland, director of “Fright Night,” and others.
For more information
For further information please go to www.bmoviecelebration.com or info@indyfilmco-op.org/



  • jestrfyl

    WOW, a bunch of thse movies were on my favorites list as a kid. These are great. What a weekend. Our local film festival (Sarasota, FL) gets mostly classy and “meaningful” films, and that is great and all. But I do appreciate the cheesy tuff too. One year the Sarasota festival did feature a theological treatise called “Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter” – my son and I like it so much we bought the DVD (which says alot about my eclectic taste in religious films)

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